CRPA Legislation – April 2019

04/22/19: Asm. Revenue and Taxation:

AB 18: Levine: Firearms: excise tax

04/22/19: Senate Appropriations:

SB 61: Portantino: Firearms: transfers.

SB 172: Portantino. Firearms: storage.

SB 220: Hill: Firearms dealers: storage and security.

 

BILLS ON THE FLOOR:

Assembly:

 

Senate:

 

MEETINGS / COMMITTEE HEARINGS / EVENTS:

 

04/13/19: CRPA update at ND HEI Conference, Corning Ca

04/17/19: Ca Fish and Game commission, Santa Monica, Ca

04/27/19: CRPA update at CD HEI Conference Lemore Ca

 

Details on bills:

 

Support:

 

AB 222: Voepel: Law enforcement: cooperation with immigration authorities. 

Position: Support  

This bill would have allowed for information regarding the release or transfer of an individual to be provided to immigration authorities if the individual has been convicted of misdemeanor or felony assault or battery against the person of a peace officer or firefighter, as specified.

Status:

02/11/19: Support Position approved by LPC

02/26/19: Assembly Public Safety / hearing canceled at request of author

02/26/19: Bill pulled by author / Dead for 2019

02/27/19: Support Position approved by Board

 

AB 284: Frazier: Junior hunting licenses: eligibility: age requirement.

Position: Support

This bill would extend, this expanded eligibility, for a junior hunting license indefinitely from under 16 to those under 18 years of age.

Status:

02/11/19: Support Position approved by LPC

02/27/19: Support position approved by Board

03/01/19: Coalition Support letter into author & WPW committee

03/26/19: Passed Water Parks and Wildlife 14 to 0 vote!

04/03/19:  Asm Appropriations / suspense file

 

AB 503: Flora: Gun-free school zone.

Position: Support

Existing law makes it a crime to possess a firearm in a place that the person knows, or reasonably should know, is a school zone.

This bill would exempt from that crime a person who holds a valid concealed carry license who is carrying the firearm described in the license to, from, or in a church, synagogue, or other building used as a place of worship on the grounds of a public or private school providing instruction in kindergarten or grades 1 to 12, inclusive, if the person has the written permission of the school authority and subject to specified conditions.

02/27/19: Support position approved by Board

02/21/19: Pending hearing in Asm Public Safety

03/19/19: Asm Public Safety/ pulled at request of author

Note: Author has showed no interest in our support / Suggest watch position

 

AB 1096: Melendez: Firearms: concealed carry licenses.

Position: Support

This bill would instead require the sheriff of a county, or the chief or other head of a municipal police department, to issue a license to carry a concealed handgun or to carry a loaded and exposed handgun, as specified, if good cause exists for the issuance and the applicant is of good moral character and satisfies certain other criteria.

This bill would define “good cause” for these purposes to include self-defense, defending the life of another, or preventing crime in which human life is threatened, and would provide procedural guidelines to the issuing authority on determining the presence or absence of “good cause.”

Status:

02/27/19: Support position approved by Board

03/22/19: Support letter Submitted author & Asm Public Safety

03/26/19: set Asm Public Safety / canceled at request of author

04/02/19: set Asm Public Safety / failed to pass / party line vote

 

AB 1387:  Wood: Sport fishing licenses: 12 consecutive month licenses.

Position: Watch

This bill, instead of calendar year licenses, would require issuance of sport fishing licenses that expire 12 consecutive months after the date specified on the license.

Because this is a critical R-3 effort a support position is recommended to board

02/27/19: Board denied support position / voted to watch bill

04/10/19: Asm Water Parks and wildlife; pass 14 to 0; to Asm. Appro

 

AB 1559: Melendez: Firearms: emergency concealed carry permits.

Position: Support

This bill would authorize a person who, because of prior victimization or based on specific articulable facts, reasonably believes that they are in immediate and grave danger of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, as specified, to apply to the sheriff in the county in which they reside for a temporary emergency license to carry a concealed firearm.

02/27/ 19: Support Position approved by board

04/09/19: set Asm. Public Safety; in committee held without recommendation

 

SB 395: Archuleta: Accidental taking and possession of wildlife: collision with a vehicle.

This bill would require the Department of Fish and Wildlife to adopt rules and regulations for the issuance of wildlife salvage permits through a user-friendly web portal to persons desiring to recover, possess, use, or transport, for purposes of salvaging wild game meat for human consumption of, any deer, elk, antelope, or wild pig that has been accidentally killed as a result of a vehicle collision on a roadway within California.

Position: Support

Status:

03/23/19: Support position approved by Board

04/09/19: Sen Natural Resource & Water; pass 9 to 0; referred appro.

 

Oppose:

 

AB 12: Irwin: Firearms: gun violence restraining orders.

Position: Oppose

This bill would increase the duration of the gun violence restraining order and the renewal of the gun violence restraining order to 5 years (a 400% increase), subject to earlier termination or renewal by the court.

Status:

02/11/19: Watch Position approved by LPC

02/15/19: New language / Need to updated LPC and recommend oppose position

02/19/19: Referred to Asm Public Safety

02/27/19: Oppose position approved by Board

03/12/19: Asm Public Safety / Pulled at request of author

03/26/19: Pass Asm. Public Safety 6 to 0

04/02/19: Assembly floor

 

AB 18: Levine: Firearms: excise tax.

Position: Oppose

This bill would imposes an excise tax $25 each firearm on the sales of handguns and semiautomatic rifles and would require the revenue collected from that tax to be used to fund grants through the California Violence Intervention and Prevention Grant Program within the Board of State and Community Corrections to distribute grants to cities and community-based organizations to fund violence intervention and prevention activities.

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

02/27/19 Oppose position approved by Board

03/21/19: Opposition Filed with Author

04/09/19: Asm Public Safety; pass 5 to 3, Asm Quirk votes NO!

04/22/19: Asm. Revenue and Taxation

 

AB 61: Ting: Gun violence restraining orders

Position: Oppose

This bill would similarly authorize, an employer, a coworker, or an employee of a secondary or postsecondary school that the person has attended in the last 6 months to file a petition for an ex parte, one-year, or renewed gun violence restraining order.

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

02/26/19: Failed to get votes to pass Asm Public Safety /  reconsideration granted

02/27/19: Oppose position approved by Board

04/04/19: re-referred Asm PS; pending

 

AB 273: Gonzalez: Fur-bearing and nongame mammals: recreational and commercial fur trapping: prohibition.

Position: Oppose

This bill would prohibit the trapping of any fur-bearing mammal or nongame mammal for purposes of recreation or commerce in fur and would prohibit the sale of the raw fur of any fur-bearing mammal or nongame mammal otherwise lawfully taken pursuant to the Fish and Game Code or regulations adopted pursuant to that code.

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

02/27/19: Opposed position approved by board

03/12/19: Passed ASM Water, Parks & Wildlife 9 to 3 vote

04/10/19: Asm. Appropriations; pass 12 to 3,

 

AB 276: Friedman: Firearms: storage.

Position: Oppose

The bill would define a firearm as being securely stored if it is secured with an operable device that is listed on the Department of Justice’s roster of approved firearm safety devices, as specified. The bill would exempt a person from this section if the firearm is loaned under specified conditions and would exempt an unloaded antique firearm from these provisions. The bill would additionally prohibit a person convicted under these provisions, or under other specified provisions regulating the storage of firearms, from subsequently owning, purchasing, receiving, or having in their possession or control, any firearm.

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/12/19: Asm Public Safety / Pulled by Author

04/02/19: Asm Public Safety / Pulled by Author (“Hearing postponed by committee”)

 

AB 392: Weber. Peace officers: deadly force.

Position: Oppose

The bill would also affirmatively prescribe the circumstances under which a peace officer is authorized to use deadly force to effect an arrest, to prevent escape or to overcome resistance.

This bill will leave officers and LE agencies wide open to ‘after the fact’ law suits and endless scrutiny for decisions that often have to be made in seconds.  Will greatly restrict an officer’s ability to defend their own lives and the lives of others.

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

02/15/19: Referred Asm Public Safety / Pending

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/04/19: Opposition letter filed with author

03/04/19: Opposition letter filed ASM PS

04/09/19: Asm PS, pass 6 to 2; re-referred to Asm. Rules

 

AB 645: Irwin: Firearms: warning statements.

Position: Oppose

This bill would require, as of June 1, 2020, for both of these warnings to contain a specified statement regarding suicide prevention.

This bill would require, as of June 1, 2020, for the written test and the acknowledged warning to also cover the topic of suicide prevention.

Status:

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/26/19: Pass Asm Public Safety 8 to 0 vote / referred Asm Appro.

04/10/19: Asm Appropriations / pass 15 to 0; to floor

 

AB 688: Chu: Firearms: vehicle storage. Long guns.

Position: Oppose

This bill would require all firearms to be secured when not attended in a lock box or by cable that is secured to the vehicle’s frame using a steel cable lock or chain and padlock or in a locked container that is secured using a steel cable lock or chain and padlock or that is permanently affixed to the vehicle.

Status:

O2/27/19: Oppose position approved by Board

03/22/19: Opposition Letter Submitted to Author and Asm Public Safety

03/26/19: set Asm Public Safety pass 5 to 2

04/01/19: Opposition Letter filed Asm Appropriations

04/03/19: set Asm Appropriations (placed on suspence)

 

AB 879: Gipson: Firearms (precursor parts).

Position: Oppose

This bill would, commencing July 1, 2024, require the sale of firearm precursor parts, as defined, to be conducted by or processed through a licensed firearm precursor part vendor. Commencing January 1, 2024, the bill would require a person or business to have a valid firearm precursor part vendor license to sell more than one firearm precursor part in any 30-day period. This bill would make a violation of this prohibition would be a misdemeanor. The bill would require that a licensed firearm dealer or licensed ammunition vendor automatically be deemed a licensed firearm precursor part vendor. The bill would create an application process for firearm precursor part vendors, as specified. The bill would establish the Firearm Precursor Parts Special Account, into which vendor license fees would be deposited. The bill would continuously appropriate money in the fund to the department for purposes of implementing, administering, and enforcing the firearm precursor part authorization program, thereby making an appropriation. The bill would require the firearm precursor part vendor to conduct business at the location specified in the license, except in the case of gun shows or events, as specified.

Status:

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/04/19: referred Asm Public Safety

03/22/19: Opposition letter Submitted Author & Asm Public Safety.

04/02/19: Asm Public Safety / Despite chair & Asm Quirk stating flawed /Pass Party line vote

 

AB 893: Gloria: 22nd District Agricultural Association: firearm and ammunition sales at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Position: Oppose

This bill would, on and after January 1, 2021, prohibit the sale of firearms and ammunition at the Del Mar Fairgrounds property located in the 22nd District Agricultural Association, as specified, and would thereby make a violation of that prohibition a misdemeanor.

Status:

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/15/19: Opposition Letter submitted Asm Public Safety

03/26/19: Pass Asm Public Safety 5 to 2 vote

04/01/19: Opposition Letter filed Asm Appropriations

04/03/19: Asm Appropriations / Pass party line vote

04/04/19: Asm floor

 

AB 1064: Muratsuchi: Firearms dealers: conduct of business.

Position: Oppose

This bill would authorize the Department of Justice to impose a civil fine not exceeding $1000 for a breach of those prohibitions, and a civil fine not exceeding $3,000 for a breach of those prohibitions when the licensee has received written notification from the department regarding the breach and fails to take corrective action, as specified, or the department determines the licensee committed the breach knowingly or with gross negligence.

This bill would, in addition, commencing January 1, 2021, prohibit a firearms dealer license from designating a building that is a residence, as defined, as a building where the licensee’s business may be conducted. The bill would also provide that these provisions would not preclude or preempt a local ordinance that places additional or more stringent requirements on firearms dealers regarding where the business of the licensee may be conducted.

The bill would require a licensee to ensure that its business premises are monitored by a video surveillance system that, among other requirements, visually records and archives footage of (1) every sale or transfer of a firearm or ammunition, in a manner that includes audio recording (2) all places where firearms or ammunition are stored, displayed, carried, handled, sold, or transferred; (3) the immediate exterior surroundings of the licensee’s business premises; and (4) all parking areas owned or leased by the licensee.

The bill would, commencing January 1, 2021, require a licensee to obtain a policy of commercial insurance that insures the licensee against liability for damage to property and for injury to or death of any person as a result of the theft, sale, lease or transfer or offering for sale, lease or transfer of a firearm or ammunition, or any other operations of the business and business premises, in the amount of $1,000,000 per incident, as specified.

Status:

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

04/02/19:  Asm Public Safety / pulled by author

04/11/19: pass Asm PS; referred Privacy and Consumer Protection

 

AB 1297: McCarty: Firearms: concealed carry license.

Position: Oppose

This bill would require, rather than authorize, the local licensing authority to charge the fee and would require the fee to be in an amount equal to the reasonable costs for processing the application, issuing the license, and enforcing the license, as specified. The bill would delete the prohibition on charging more than $100 for the fee.

Status:

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/04/19: Opposition Letter Submitted to Author

03/04/19: Opposition letter Submitted to Asm Public Safety

04/02/19: Public Safety / pass party line vote

 

AB 1602:  Low: Use of firearm insurance.

Position: Oppose  

03/25/19: Amended

This bill would, on and after January 1, 2020, prohibit an insurer from issuing or renewing a policy of insurance for a loss related to the use of a firearm, except for a policy that insures against liability for loss of or damage to property related to the use of a firearm or a commercial policy that insures a licensed firearms dealer against liability for, among other things, injury to or death of a person as a result of the theft, sale, lease, or transfer of a firearm or ammunition.

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

Status: 03/25/19: Amended

04/24/19: set Asm Committee on Insurance

 

Senate Bills

 

SB 55: Jackson; Firearms: prohibited persons

Position: Oppose

This bill would impose a 10-year prohibition of firearm possession for anyone convicted of two drug or alcohol crimes in a three-year period.  The bill would also make it an infraction for a person prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm pursuant to these provisions to own, possess, or have under their custody or control, any ammunition or reloaded ammunition. 

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

02/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/26/19: pass Senate Public Safety 5 to 1 vote / referred Senate Appropriations

04/22/19: set Committee on Appro

 

SB 61: Portantino: Firearms: transfers.

Position: Oppose

This bill would make the 30-day prohibition and the dealer delivery prohibition for handguns applicable to all types of firearms. The bill would also exempt from that prohibition the purchase of a firearm, other than a handgun, by a person who possesses a valid, unexpired hunting license issued by the state, and the acquisition of a firearm, other than a handgun, at specified charity fundraising events.

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/04/19: Opposition Letter Submitted to Author

03/04/19: Opposition Letter Submitted to Sen Public Safety

04/02/19: Senate Public Safety / pass 5/2 referred Senate Appro.

04/22/19: set Senate Appro.

 

SB 136: Wiener: Sentencing.

Position: Oppose

Existing law imposes an additional 3-year sentence for each prior separate prison term served by a defendant where the prior and current offense was a violent felony, as defined. For other Felonies, existing law imposes an additional one-year term for each prior separate prison term or county jail felony term, except under specified circumstances.

This bill would delete the provision that requires an additional one-year term.

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/26/19: Pass Senate Public Safety 5 to 2 vote referred Sen Appropriations

04/22/19:Senate Appro

 

SB 172: Portantino. Firearms: storage.

Position: Oppose

Existing law generally regulates the possession of firearms, including storage requirements to prevent children from gaining access to firearms. Existing law, subject to exceptions, generally requires the loan of a firearm to be conducted by a firearms dealer.

This bill adds additional restrictions on loaning of firearms, increases penalties on ‘improper’ firearm storage, includes unloaded and all firearms in those provisions.

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

04/02/19: hearing set Senate Public Safety / Pass

04/22/19: set Sen Human Services

 

SB 220: Hill: Firearms dealers: storage and security.

Position: Oppose / 2017 SB 464 do-over

This bill would instead, commencing July 1, 2020, require each of the firearms to be secured by storing the firearm in a secure facility, as described above. The bill would require the firearms to additionally be secured using one of several methods, including the method involving a steel rod or cable or the method involving a safe or vault. The bill would require, if the rod or cable method is used and if the licensed location is at street level, that the licensee install, or cause to be installed, concrete or hardened steel bollards meeting certain specifications, or other specified barriers, to protect the location’s front entrance, any floor-to-ceiling windows, and any other doors, from breach by a vehicle. If a safe or vault method is used, the bill would require the safe to meet specified safety standards established by the Attorney General relating to risk reduction of firearm-related injuries to children 17 years of age and younger. The bill would also authorize the dealer to secure the firearms by storing them in a shatter-proof or other specified display case, or in a windowless room without a door accessing the outside of the building, or by use of a steel roll-down door or security gate, or in a locked steel gun rack. The bill would also require the dealer to install steel roll-down doors on perimeter doors and floor-to-ceiling windows if the other securing methods described above are not used.

Status:

02/11/19: Oppose Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/21/19: CRPA Opposition Letter Senate Public Safety

04/02/19: Senate Public Safety/ pass 5/2

04/22/19: Set Senate Appro.

 

 

SB 281: Wiener: Cow Palace Joint Powers Authority.

Position: Opposition to be recommended to LPC / Pending

This bill would prohibit the sale of firearms and ammunition on any property owned, occupied, operated, or controlled by the 1-A District Agricultural Association, or by another state agency, for district or association purposes, and, on and after January 1, 2020, on the real property known as the Cow Palace, as specified. The bill would exclude from its provisions a gun buy-back event held by a law enforcement agency. A violation of this prohibition could be a felony, misdemeanor, or infraction pursuant to the provisions described above.

Status:

O2/27/19: Opposition position approved by Board

03/04/19: Opposition Letter Submitted to Author

03/04/19: Opposition letter Submitted to Senate Public Safety

03/13/19: Opposition Letter Submitted to Senate Gov & Finance

03/27/19: Pass Senate Gov & Finance vote 4 to 2  referred to Sen Committee on G.O

04/09/19: set Sen. Governmental Organization

04/23/19: set Sen Public Safety

 

Watch:

 

 

AB 44: Friedman: Fur products: prohibition.

Position: Watch

This bill would make it unlawful to sell, offer for sale, display for sale, trade, give, donate, or otherwise distribute a fur product, as defined, in the state. The bill would also make it unlawful to manufacture a fur product in the state. The bill would exempt from these prohibitions certain fur products, including, among others, a fur product made from a fur-bearing mammal or nongame mammal taken pursuant to a state trapping license. The bill would require a person that sells or trades any fur product exempt from this prohibition to maintain records of each sale or trade of an exempt fur product for at least one year.

Status:

02/11/19: Watch Position approved by LPC / pending final review after 02/22/19

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

03/12/19: Passed Water Parks & Wildlife

 

AB 164: Cervantes. Firearms: prohibited persons.

Position: watch

Under existing law, a person who purchases or receives a firearm, attempts to purchase or receive a firearm, or owns or possesses a firearm knowing that the person is prohibited from doing so by a temporary restraining order, an injunction, or a protective order, as specified, is guilty of a crime.

This bill would expand the scope of this crime to a person who is prohibited from purchasing or possessing a firearm in any jurisdiction by a valid temporary restraining order, injunction, or protective order issued in another jurisdiction.

02/11/19: Watch Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 165: Gabriel: Peace officer training: gun violence restraining orders.

Position: Watch

This bill would require the commission to develop and implement, on or before January 1, 2021, a course of training regarding gun violence restraining orders. The bill would require the course to be incorporated into the course or courses of basic training for law enforcement officers and dispatchers, on or before January 1, 2021, and would require the course or courses to include specified topics, including the process of filing a petition for gun violence restraining orders and situational training to assist officers in identifying when a gun violence restraining order is appropriate. The bill would require law enforcement officers, administrators, executives, and dispatchers who have completed basic training prior to January 1, 2021, to participate in supplementary training that includes these topics on or before December 31, 2023.

02/11/19: Watch Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 339: Irwin: Gun violence restraining orders: law enforcement procedures.

Position: watch

This bill would require each law enforcement agency to develop and adopt written policies and standards regarding the use of gun violence restraining orders.

02/11/19: Watch Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 340: Irwin: Firearms: armed prohibited persons.

Position: Watch

This bill would authorize a county to establish and implement a Disarming Prohibited Persons Taskforce (DPPT) team program, consisting of officers and agents from specified law enforcement agencies, for the purpose of, among other things, identifying, monitoring, arresting, and assisting in the prosecution of individuals who are armed and prohibited from possessing a firearm. The bill would additionally require the Department of Justice, upon appropriation by the Legislature, to award grants to DPPT teams that apply for the purpose of investigating, locating, apprehending, and prosecuting individuals who are in possession of a firearm, despite their prohibited status, in the DPPT team’s jurisdiction.

02/11/19: Watch Position approved by LPC / Pending follow up with author

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 857: Chiu: Firearms: unsafe handguns.(spot bill)

This bill would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to those provisions / chamber load indicator.

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 712: Gray: Control of deadly weapons. (spot bill / no language as of 03/28/19)

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 997: Low: Firearms: persons detained or apprehended for examination of mental condition.

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 1009: Gabriel: Firearms: personal firearm importers

This bill would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to these provisions.

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 1292:  Bauer-Kahan: Firearms.

This bill would specify that the transfer by operation of law provisions and the exceptions described above to a decedent’s personal representative, to a trustee of a trust created by a will, if the estate or trust includes a firearm, and to a person acting pursuant to the person’s power of attorney. The bill would state that these changes are declaratory of existing law.

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

AB 1387: Wood:  Sport fishing licenses: 12 consecutive month licenses.

This bill, instead of calendar year licenses, would require issuance of sport fishing licenses that expire 12 consecutive months after the date specified on the license.

Because this is a critical R-3 effort a support position is recommended to LPC

O2/27/19: Support position denied / watch position approved by Board

04/09/19: set Asm Water parks & Wildlife

AB 1669:  Bonta: Firearms: gun shows and events.

This bill would amend those provisions of law prescribing the rules and regulations for gun shows and events to be consistent with the sale of ammunition at gun shows and events as authorized by the Safety For All Act of 2016.

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

SB 221: Hill: Firearms: law enforcement agencies: agency firearm accounting.

Position: Watch

This bill would require a law enforcement agency, to adopt a written procedure to account for firearms that are owned, acquired, maintained, sold, loaned, lost, stolen from, or in any way possessed by that agency, as specified. The bill would require agency employees to report to the agency lost or stolen firearms owned by the agency or used or carried by an employee within the course of employment that are not owned by the agency, within 5 days of the date they know or reasonably should have known that the firearms were lost or stolen.

02/11/19: Watch Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

SB 230: Caballero: Law enforcement: use of deadly force: training: policies.

Position: Watch

This bill would require each law enforcement agency to maintain a policy that provides guidelines on the use of force, utilizing de-escalation techniques and other alternatives to force when feasible, specific guidelines for the application of deadly force, and factors for evaluating and reviewing all use of force incidents, among other things. The bill would require each agency to make their use of force policy accessible to the public.

02/11/19: Watch Position approved by LPC

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

SB 257: Nielsen: Firearms: prohibited persons.

This bill would require the Department of Justice, if the department determines that a person prohibited from owning, purchasing, receiving, or possessing a firearm by the provisions described above has attempted to acquire a firearm, to notify the local law enforcement agency with primary jurisdiction over the area in which the person was last known to reside.

O2/27/19: watch position approved by Board

SB 620: Portantino: Firearms. (Now Amended)

SB 620, Portantino. Criminal offender record information: referral of persons on supervised release.

This bill would authorize specified local law enforcement agencies to furnish limited information about persons on supervised release within their jurisdiction to specified nonprofit providers of services. The bill would require a person on supervised release to be notified that their information may be released for this purpose and would allow those persons to opt out of having their information released.

03/27/19: Amended in Senate

03/28/19: Watch position recommended to board

SB 723: Jones: Firearms: dealer’s record of sale. (Spot Bill / Watch)

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